Today, TG Gallagher announces the retirement of pipe fitter, Peter Frazier, after nearly four decades of service to TG Gallagher.
Peter joined the company in 1982 when he was hired as a truck driver; his father also worked for the company. And as Peter says, “The rest is history!” His first project with TG Gallagher was the Claverly Hall dormitory building at Harvard University in 1983.
Peter continued to spend much of his career working on Harvard University job sites, where he notes he made some of his fondest on-the-job memories. “I spent 17 years at Harvard Business School and worked on a multitude of projects,” he explains.
As he reflects on his career at TG Gallagher, Peter says, “Being here for 36 years meant I was a part of the development of TG Gallagher, and I am proud to see the company in its current state.”
Having just completed work on his final project with the company, Peter is now looking forward to crossing some home projects off his to-do list. After that, he plans to spend his retirement outdoors by golfing, kayaking, and walking his new dog.
Thank you for your 36 years of service, Peter. We all wish you a happy, healthy, and meaningful retirement!